A Comfort Control Module (CCM) is a standard component for every German manufactured vehicle. If you own a Audi, Mercedes-Benz or Volkswagen, your car will more then likely contain this module. The Comfort Control Module (or Convenience Control Module) is responsible for handling the electronic functions of the vehicle.
All the electronics are controlled by the Comfort Control Module (CCM). It’s a black box underneath the floor panel (RHD). When you are experiencing electrical issues on your vehicle, it’s always recommended along with checking all the wiring to check the CCM, or let an electrician do that. Sometimes the module gets rusty inside and needs to be replaced.
What are the most common symptoms that may point to a CCM fixing or replacement?
- Strange things going on with the electronics
- Electric windows are not working
- Interior lights are not working
- Key fob is not working
- Clicking noises in the passenger/driver seat area (depending on the model)
We are currently in the process of listing all the Comfort Control Modules we have in-stock available for purchase. MINTT has an extensive inventory so if your in need of a Comfort Control Module for your car, Call or Email us Today.